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models are sold out and there is a two-woek delay. prices start at $329. >>> in sports a moment for doug fi.so awful. took that line drive off his skull in the second inning. fister would be okay. he would continue to pitch. i don't know how, but the giants score late to win 2-0, take a 2-0 lead in the best of seven riw york facing every parent's nightmare, a woman they trusted with their three children now accused of stabbing two of those kids to death. upper west soid mother returned home to find her oldest two children stabbed and the nanny on the floor nearby, unconscious and bleeding. deb feyerick has been following this story. you always want to ask why. but maybe we'll never know. >> yeah. and that's what's so tragic about this. i with was looking at pictures and entries on the blog that the mom kept documenting her children. this with his a truly happy, happy family. and you can stng to this mom. the questn, why did this nanny apparently snap and do something so terrible as police allege? she's in critical condition right now under arrest. because she's sedated she has not yet be
, but i have also been worse. >> reporter: livestrong chairman and sew doug oleman assured the 4,300 riders in austin the organization will live on without armstrong as chairman. >> this is bigger than any one of us. it's about a movement of people coming together to truly change the world. >> you're livestrong, i'm livestrong. >> reporter: that's four women are cancer survivors and armstrong supporters. paula, monica, and jean ann are riding in the challenge. lawyer rae's treatment ended just four weeks ago. >> he was able to fund survivorship in a way nobody else has been able to do before. >> >> he overcame cancer to return to his profession, being a professional athlete and then used that success to further the cause of cancer around the world. that's a story to me. >> reporter: experts estimate that lance armstrong might lose up to $200 million now that his big sponsors have dropped out, nike, radio shack, trek, but those companies say they'll continue to support livestrong. however, some individual donors to the organization say they've been duped. >> the results that mr. a
years, so it's really an audition for mitt romney in front of 50 million american people. >> doug, you have watched many of these. you have analyzed many of these rsh you are calling this one historical. a historical event. why? >> because we're in this weeshd cycle here where barack obama is a president with over 8% unemployment. usually that means you lose, but mitt romney has run a lackluster campaign, particularly in august and september. you are starting to see in the swing states barack obama pulling ahead in virtually all of the polls, and if he comes and gets any more momentum, he has the momentum right now, obama, and he doesn't get stopped at all, then it could be a break-out for the president. on the other hand, mitt romney tonight is such an underdog, people don't think he is that fantastic of debater. they're underestimating him. he is quite good. he comes and seeming to have parody with the president and maybe get that zinger they're rehearsing so hard, get one in that works and hits this youtube media cycle playing over and over again. romney could turn into the swing st
in texas. joining us from new york. doug, of course, good to see you here. "the rolling stones" cover has the president, you say, excessively cautious and perhaps a survival trait because at this time really nobody wants to make any kind of off remark to derail their own campaign. this was really the same kind of criticism that he faced when i covered him back in 2008. why do you think that he is so cautious right now as opposed to getting us a little something different? >> well, you know, it's -- he is very aware of the new media culture where any moment there's -- something is on youtube or an off the cuff remark gets picked up. i think he is cautious about that. i did my interview with him for 45 minutes in the oval office, and i try to get him on things, talking a little more about what went wrong in denver. that was kind of tough to do. when i switched gears and talked about history, about what he thinks about how the look at obama care, does he like the term, what would he call his policies put together, and he calls it the fair shake or thinks that that's okay. i was able to make
one is a town hall, and most of the questions will come from the audience. doug brinkley is with us from austin, texas. he is a presidential historian, teaches history at rice university, and i understand as well you are actually going to be delivering a pre-debate lecture atofstra university just in the next couple of days to really get people a sense of what this means and how this could impact the race. tell us a little bit about what you think about the town hall format. >> well, that's right. first of all, these are a great boon for our university. hofstra, to be a student there and to have all this excitement coming here to campus. the town hall format, i think it's much better than what we saw with the last one. at least you feel that the -- in this case president obama and mitt romney are going to be actually looking at citizens. now, it's become very scripted over the years. in 1992 it was the wild west in these town halls, meaning somebody from the audience can ask a question. now they've been prescreened to the point that it is a little bit less open formed than one might
and play your game. >> he was fantastic. game two tonight. detroit sends doug fister to the mounz. the giants counter with madison baumgartner. >>> nfl picking up on a new jersey boy's idea for refs to use pink penalty flags as part of breast cancer awareness month. 11-year-old dante wrote commissioner roger goodell who said the flags will be used at this monday's game. dante and his family have been invited to gats imand will present the pink flags to officials. >>> people in brick, new jersey, talking about anthony star go's field goal last night. it marked a victory for a man who faced challenges his whole life. orphaned at 3 and has autism. his foster parents took him to a college football game six years ago and anthony decided he wanted to be a kicker. daily practices and the calming routine with the kicks put anthony in a position to be a hero. good for him. that's a look at sports this morning. >>> the next hour of cnn "newsroom" starts right now. >>> stories we're watching right now, in the "newsroom," the president picking up a key endorsement this morning. former secreta
the "looking amazingly condescending when the other guy talks" race. finally this one for you from doug benson. just 14 minutes until we can all go back to preferring the kand date we liked when the debate started. all from twitter. we have a lot more. you know, as far as what happened last night and i promise to hear from the president and it sounds as though he is still debating today. he spoke just a couple hours ago in denver. here he is, president barack obama. >> i met this very spirited fellow who claimed to be mitt romney. but it couldn't have been mitt romney because the real mitt romney has been running around the country for the last year promising $5 trillion in tax cuts that favor the wealthy, the fellow on stage last night said he didn't know anything about that. >> that was the president on last night's debate and, well mitt romney responded for the first time since the pundits and polls named him the winner. you will hear what governor roey said about the president's performance, next. can febreze really remove them? we asked real people what they thought. take a deep breath fo
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